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Which of the following name figurative Language. Metaphor Rhythm Definition my answer Dialogue Which of the following lines of poetry contains a simile The smell of sweet happiness swirls from the bakery door The last bird-song of the day greets the night's first star Drops ...

LANGUAGE ARTS HELP
read the following sentence from The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963 A week later i was walking in the alley behind Mitchell's when a big cookie with pink frosting just about hit me in the head. It went by like a little flying saucer then crashed in the dirt. the author ...

Language
the author compares the cookie to a flying saucer most likely to? A. emphasize the large size of the cookie•• B. Indicate the color of the cookie C. Illustrate the cookie rotation through the air D. Add a set effect Plz correct me!!

Language
What is the most likely reason Byron gets sick in chapter 6? A. Byron punches Kenny in the arm B. Byron shares his cookies with Kenny C. He feels bad about killing the mourning dove•• D. He is nervous about being punish led by his father Which of Byron's actions most ...

Language
Which of the following passages from the text best supports the story's theme of family? A. I wasn't allowed to take all of my dinosaurs out at once because momma was afraid I'll lose most of them. B. We wore so many clothes out when we pulled our final clothes on we Could ...

Language
1. Which of the following passages from the taxt best support the stories theme of loyalty? A. Ever since Momma had met Rufus and I told her about sharing my sandwich with him and she had been giving me four sandwiches and three apples for lunch. B. I thought you was my best ...

Language
Which of the following text samples best supports the conclusion that Larry Dunn does not come from a financially home? A. He teases Rufus and Cody about their clothing. B. He wears socks on his hands Instead of gloves. C. She uses shoe polish to paint the leather gloves ...

Language
Choose the meaning the best matches the word italics. ••Reinforcement•• The troops waited for the arrival of REINFORCEMENT before beginning the march forward into dangerous territory. Extra time to prepare for battle Additional supplies or provisions •• A system ...

Language "Reed" I need your help!!
The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 1. Which of the following passages from the taxt best support the stories theme of loyalty? A. Ever since Momma had met Rufus and I told her about sharing my sandwich with him and she had been giving me four sandwiches and three apples for ...

Language Arts The Watson Go to Birmingham-1963
Have anyone read the book The Watson go to Birmingham 1963? I need someone to correct my answers!!:(

Language Arts
Choose the meaning that best matches the word in capitals: The president of the large company felt as if he had reached the PINNACLE of his career. A. lowest point B. pointed or towering formation C. highest point of achievement** D. rise toward success or fame I think it is C

Language arts
Which of your sense can best help you picture this excerpt from a poem? while you float free into a cloud of sudden azaleas/luminous pink petal that have/never felt loneliness... a. sight - I picked this one. b. taste c. hearing d. smell In which sentence is the word UTTER ...

Social studies
How has Aztec culture survived in Mexico? The Mexican military uses Aztec fighting tactics. Mexico still uses the Aztec calendar. The Mexican people have adopted many Nahuatl words into their language. My choice An Aztec Palace in Mexico city serves as the capital building.

Language arts
In which sentence is "diverts" used correctly? 1)it diverts us to heat bad news 2)be counted the diverts in the story 3)changing the topic, she diverts me. 4)sports are a diverts from school work.

Language Arts
I’d been throwing rocks and things at birds since I was born and had never even came close to hitting one, I’d seen a million people throw a million things at birds and no one had ever really hit one, not even a pigeon! 1. The sentence above contains an example of A. ...

Language Help me
1. Which of the following passages from the novel best describes the setting? A. It was one of those super duper cold Saturday. B. One of those days that when you breathed kind of hung frozen in the air like a hunk of smoke and you could walk along and look exactly like a ...

Language Arts
1. Which of the following passages from the novel best describes the setting? A. It was one of those super duper cold Saturday. B. One of those days that when you breathed kind of hung frozen in the air like a hunk of smoke and you could walk along and look exactly like a ...

Language Arts
which of the following incidents involving Byron is intended to have the most humorous effect on the reader? Watson, Chapter 1-2 A. Byron gets his lips stuck to the car mirror. B. Byron tucks his blanket into the couch cushion so he will not to be touched by dad. C. Byron ...

English Language
which of the following phrases follows the rules of punctuation. a)the spring semester b)the school PrinciPal c)the long war for Independence d)the states of the northeast my answer is c though not too sure.

Language Arts
Which of the following answer choices contains a METAPHOR? a. His skin was sandpaper. b. The sun sparkled like a diamond. * c. Sh wanted to be like the birds and fly away. d. They felt free when they ran through the doors. What is a key characteristic of a refrain in poetry? a...

Language Arts
1. Which of the following sentences from the text contains an example of a metaphor? A. He looked like one of those ballerinas that dance just on the tips of their toes. B. Momma’s horrible snake-woman voice came out again and said “If you ever, ever...” C. Byron’s ...

Language Arts
1. Choose the meaning that best matches the word in capitals: After eating a second piece of cake, my CONSCIENCE began to eat me! A. being fully aware B. gaining knowledge C. feeling of satisfaction D. knowing what is right and wrong** I think D

Language Arts
Based on the text preview as well as research about the background of the novel in and the authors life, a reader can predict the novel will mostly be about. The novel is: Setting Background for Watsons A. A young boy who marches in Washington as part of the civil right ...

language
Based on the text preview as well as research about the background of the novel in and the authors life, a reader can predict the novel will mostly be about A. A young boy who marches in Washington as part of the civil right movement B. Family who is persecuted by oppoents of...

Language
Which of the following statements best illustrates the social and political climate of the United States during the 1960s? a. The economy was strong and poverty in big cities was declining. b. The auto industry was faltering and it was difficult for trade workers to find jobs...

Language
Choose the meaning that best matches the word in italics. The public is upset about the political view of the author, so people are going to boycott the film based on this book. Abandon Write about Quit Reject••

Language Arts
What is it the word (I think verb) when someone bluffs to make a story more interesting or believable? Thank you, tutors, for sparing your time to review my question.

Language
1 While television can be entertaining and educational, it also has a dark side, especially for children. On average, children spend nearly 4 hours a day watching television. The harmful effects of television viewing far outweigh any benefits. 2 Doing poorly in school is one ...

Language
Walking for Fitness and Fun Walking Is for Everyone Walking is a popular form of exercise, and it is growing more popular each year. Walking is good for every age group: The rate of participation does not decline in the middle and later years. In a national survey, the highest...

Language Arts Help!
Which sentence contains a predicate pronoun? A. We gave him a stand ovation. B. The winner is she. C. Are they coming to our play? D. He was the poet laureate in 2001. I think it is A or C. Thank you!

Language
People have been making maps for hundreds of years. Christopher Columbus used maps when he sailed to the "New World." At that time, most people thought Earth was flat, and all of the maps they used were flat, too. Of course, Columbus's maps were not accurate, but would you be ...

Language Arts
Directions: Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence below, and circle the direct object. 1. The man sat on top of the historic rock. 2. The baseball was just out of reach from the boy. 3. They were about to win the championship. 4. He felt happy to be at the party...

Language Arts
These questions are from the book Rain Reign. Explain Rose's father's childhood. How might his childhood impact his relationship with Rose?

Language Arts - Please Help!
The Sun arise, And make happy the skies. The merry bells ring To welcome the Spring. The sky-lark and thrush, The birds of the bush, Sing louder around, To the bells' cheerful sound. While our sports shall be seen On the Ecchoing Green. Till the little ones weary No more can ...

Language Arts
Directions: Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence below 9. For a fraction of the cost you can buy a watermelon.-underline for a fraction 10. The boy tried to finish the race at any cost-underline at any cost. 11. At noon we all went to lunch. -underline at noon ...

Language Arts
Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence below. 5. The girl look behind the door for her friend-I feel that behind the door would be the prepositional phrase 6. Don't leave without your coat. -Underline without your coat. 7. During lunch we had a basketball ...

Language Arts
Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence below. 1. My dad was over the hill when he turned fifty-one years old. 2. We walked up the stairs. 3. My mom took walk around the block. 4. I looked under my bed.-I feel that under my bed is the prepositional phrase. Please ...

Language arts
Analogy for this broom: sweep: brush Must start with scr, spr, str,through

Art
Which of the following most influenced the art of tessellation Language Arts Social Studies Science Mathematics••

Language
Which statement describes someone who is formidable ? The principal smiled warmly as he welcome the new student The doctor told the boys father that the illness was not serious The woman towered above the small boy and spoke sternly•• The boys father sat at the foot of the...

Language
in the excerpt from barrio boy, what makes Ernesto smilar to several of his classmates? A. Other students in the class also do not speak English.•• B. Other students in his class also live in his neighborhood. C. Other students in his class are also from Mexico. D. Other ...

Language arts
Select the future tense verb that completes the following sentence. Tori and Jeff ________ to California this summer. A) will go•• B) went C) go D) will have gone

Language Arts
A community center has announced that it will close next month which of the following types of writing could you use most effectively to try to change the situation? A) A letter to the editor urging newspaper readers to come to a "save the center" rally••• B) A ...

Language Art
which sentence uses the verb eat in the past perfect tense? A) Sheila ate her lunch in the cafeteria B) they eat lunch together every day C) Douglas has eaten all the potato chips D)The twin had eaten pizza before they arrived••

Language
Which conjunction would best combine the following sentences? You could borrow my car.You could borrow my truck. A) for B) yet C) or •• D)so

Language
In which situation might you most likely use an interjection? A When you are falling asleep peacefully •• B When you have stubbed your toe C When you are eating a sandwich D When you have finished getting dressed

Language
Which of the following statements describe Jordan's view of the role of government in promoting tolerance ? A) the government has failed to promote tolerance B) the government should pass law promoting tolerance•• C) the government cannot do the job promoting tolerance D...

language
1 from details about blossom in both the first and third haika ,what conclusion can you draw a. the poet feels exeed ingly lonely b. the poet lives in an urbansetting c. the poet injoys the gentle beuty of nature d. the poet enjoys the drama of nature at it"s most intenes 2 ...

Language
Which behavior might be displayed by someone who is tolerant ? A) joining a group of people who hold up opinions similar to yours B) listening to a verity of opinions on a controversial topic C) traveling to little know places in search of edventure D) speaking out in support...

Language
together now, Barbara Jordan's main purpose is to a)persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale.•• b)inform readers of the civil rights movement in the United States. c)praise the work of the leaders of the civil rights movement of ...

Language Art
1. Reflect on the feedback you received from WriteToLearn™ about your autobiographical narrative. Which traits are strongest in your autobiographical narrative: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, or conventions? Provide textual evidence from your ...

english language
Put the words in the bracket in the passive voice (they told her clothes and stole her books ),(they called her fat and told her),( they hit her with typewriter and kicked her).

english language
Put iron expand when it is heated in the passive voice

History
Which of the following best describes the difference between the Spanish and the French and British reasons for exploration of North America? a. While the French were interested in spreading their culture to the New World, the Spanish and English were only interested in ...

Children Development
In your words, describe nine learning experiences (activities) that cover each of the following areas: RC II-1 Science/Sensory RC II-2 Language and Literacy RC II-3 Creative Arts RC II-4 Fine Motor (Indoor Activity) RC II-5 Gross Motor (Outdoor Activity) RC II-6 Self Concept ...

Language Arts
Read the sentence: Our plan is to rove the country, traveling by car and camping when we feel a need to stop. Which word could you substitute for rove that tells the reader that it was a carefree and fun trip? Drift: to move in a random or casual way Gad: to be on the go ...

Language Arts
Chapter 1: The Cobbler's Son My name was Tommy Stubbins, son of Jacob Stubbins, the cobbler of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh; and I was nine and a half years old. At that time Puddleby was only quite a small town. A river ran through the middle of it; and over this river there was a ...

Language Art's
Choose the sentence that uses the word "cultivate" as is used in the sentence from the novel below "novel is Johnny Tremain" 1. As soon as Johnny began to cultivate Dove, he was surprised at the response. A. The farmer sought to cultivate a garden of vegetables to feed his ...

Language Arts
Chapter 1: The Cobbler's Son My name was Tommy Stubbins, son of Jacob Stubbins, the cobbler of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh; and I was nine and a half years old. At that time Puddleby was only quite a small town. A river ran through the middle of it; and over this river there was a ...

Language Arts
Chapter 1: The Cobbler's Son My name was Tommy Stubbins, son of Jacob Stubbins, the cobbler of Puddleby-on-the-Marsh; and I was nine and a half years old. At that time Puddleby was only quite a small town. A river ran through the middle of it; and over this river there was a ...

LANGUAGE ARTS
IS A HAIKU WRITTEN,575OR 757? (SYLABLES)

Language Arts
Which type of persuasive appeal is the represented in the following sentence? Shouldn't that determination be rewarded. A Appeal to authority B Appeal to reason C Appeal to majority D Appeal to emotion I THINK IT IS C? PLEASE HELP ASAP

Language Arts
Chapter I: The Cornerstone of Liberty Three little vessels—the Susan Constant, the Godspeed, and the Discovery—left England in December, 1606, under the command of Captain Christopher Newport, to found a colony on the distant shores of Virginia. Two decades earlier Sir ...

language arts
Does anyone here read "The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963"? If so, I have a question.

Language Arts
Choose the meaning that matches the word in quotation marks. Before the debate began, the speaker's heart "fluttered" with nervous anticipation, and he breathed deeply to steady his nerves. a. flapped quickly b. beat rapidly c. waved steadily d. moved nervously I don't know if...

Language Arts
His pompous behavior irritated his friends, especially since his accomplishments were few and far between. a. sheepish b. arrogant c. passive d. abrasive I believe its A?

Language Arts
Choose the meaning that best matches the word in italics. The spies moved stealthily among the colonists, trying to gather information for the British leaders. It takes the italics off the word I bring into the post box. The word "stealthily" is supposed to be in italics.

ELA/Social Studies
Medieval Times: Letter to the Queen of Conections Academy PLease help You will earn a 10/10 portfolio grade for correctly completing and submitting the following assignment by 10/30/2015: Please review the attached list of Medieval titles, trades, positions and classes. Use ...

Technology (Correct please)
(1) In what stage does publishing occur? A- first B- second C- third D- final ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My answer is D- final ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (2) Publishing can include multimedia or multiple communication methods. Some types of multimedia are images, video, and _______. A- Sound B...

Language Art's
2. Read the following lines of dialogue spoken by Dr. Warren and Johnny in Chapter VI. “My boy,” came the doctor’s gentle voice, “Let me see your hand.” Johnny did not face him. He said nothing.“You don’t want me to look at it?” As long as it might take to ...

Language Art's
5. Which of the following passages from the novel could be used to support the idea that Sam Adams was a rebel intent on war with England? (1 point) “The first of the tea ships, the Dartmouth, is entering the harbor. She’ll be at Castle Island by nightfall.” ”Ah, Mr. ...

Language Art's
4. How has the political climate of Boston changed since the beginning of the book? (1 point) Previously, Bostonians considered themselves loyal British subjects, but after Parliament passed the Tea Act, they thought of themselves as citizens of an independent nation. ...

Language Art's
3. Read this line of dialogue spoken by British Lord Montague after the Boston Tea Party takes place. “Well, boys,” said a voice, so cold one hardly knew whether he spoke in anger or not, “you’ve had a fine, pleasant evening—for your Indian caper, haven’t you? But ...

Language Art's
2. Read the following lines of dialogue spoken by Dr. Warren and Johnny in Chapter VI. “My boy,” came the doctor’s gentle voice, “Let me see your hand.” Johnny did not face him. He said nothing.“You don’t want me to look at it?” As long as it might take to ...

Language Art
1.) Choose the meaning that best matches the word in italics Lacking money and a job , the young boy was forlorn and on the verge of tears. A.)Elated B.)Hopeless C.)Homeless D.)Unemployed

Language Art
Choose The Meaning That Best Matches The Word Honing A.Grinding B.Perfecting C.Filming D.Grooming

language arts
has anyone here read, the watsons go to birmingham because i have a question on it?

Language Art
Can anyone tell me about the cay the story?

AP LANG
Any nonfiction book recommendations about language as a key to identity?

Language arts
Which type of persuasive appeal is the represented in the following sentence? Shouldn't that determination be rewarded. A Appeal to authority B Appeal to reason C Appeal to majority D Appeal to emotion My guess is A

Language arts
Which of the following sentences contains a linking verb? A Teresa wore her favorite shoes today. B Her shoes look really comfortable. C She put them on with striped socks. D Teresa walked for hours without a complain I think the answer is B?

English language
What is essay

Language Art
Which word best fit conniving The king's conniving brother had his eyes on taking the throne. a.Impolite b.Lazy c.Mischievous d.sneaky

Language Arts
1)In all together now, Barbara Jordan's main purpose is to a)persuade readers that a tolerant society is best created by working on a small scale.*** b)inform readers of the civil rights movement in the United States. c)praise the work of the leaders of the civil rights ...

Literature / Language Arts
Think about the work you completed in your reading character role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about Johnny Tremain. Provide an explanation for your choices. How did the role you selected and the work you completed help you ...

language arts johnny tremain
how did the role you selected help you understand more about the text? support your response with 2 evidence from johnny tremain

Language arts
The Latin root opt means "best". What is the meaning of the word optimize in the following sentence? The designers tried to optimize the boat's performance. (A)Make as beautiful as possible (B)Make as expensive as possible (C)Make as fast as possible (D)Make as perfect as ...

Language Arts Project/Essay HELP!
Ok, so i need some help on this project: GOAL: Analyze a magazine essay for a thesis statement and organization. DETAILS: Find a short, formal essay in a magazine. Then find the thesis statement of that essay and show how it was proved (reasons, examples, or incidents). My ...

Language Arts
What traditions have grown around baseball? I need a really quick answer.

LANguage
which of the following is part of the novels rising action? A. johnny's growing role delivering messages and acting as a spy for the whigs B. Dr. Warrens imminent surgery on johnnys hand C. The battle on the Lexington green on the morning of April 19, 1775 D. Rabs death in ...

Language Art's
1.)Which type of person is Merchant Lyte from Johnny Tremain A kind and generous B crass and sloppy C devious and manipulative D intelligent and hardworking C? 2.)Which lines from the novel best supports the answer to the previous question? A.)"He's sly". When the merchants ...

language arts
What statement in the passage weakens the argument that personal music players cause hearing loss? Experts say more research is needed to prove a definite link between portable music and DVD players and hearing loss. Twenty-nine percent of students reported saying "what" or "...

Language arts
Choose the meaning that best matches the word in italics. Before the debate began, the speaker's heart *fluttered* with nervous anticipation. A. Flapped quickly B. Beat rapidly C. Waved steadily D. Moved nervously.

Language Arts
•What are some factors that motivate people? Does every action have a motivation? •To what extent can goals and behaviors change as a result of learning? •Why are some people more motivated than others? Can we learn to be more motivated? •What effects can time and ...

Language arts
most unintentional poisoning occur in children under A.10 B.2 C.5 D.6 months My best answer is b can you check please @Ms.Sue

language arts PLS HALP
is "seemed" a linking verb?

Language Arts
Hi guys, can someone help me with three questions? 1. Which word best completes the sentence? I am going to ___ my chemistry teacher to learn more about careers in science. a. investigate b. discover c. interview d. evaluate Is it d or c? Or neither? 2. Which of the following ...

Social Studies Help
The social unit most responsible for teaching the custom and traditions of a culture is? (A) The family (B) The government (C) The army (D) The schools Two important features of a culture are? (A) Weather and writing (B) Language (C) Economy and Climate (D) Natural resources ...

Language Arts
Hi guys, can someone help me with three questions? 1. Which word best completes the sentence? I am going to ___ my chemistry teacher to learn more about careers in science. a. investigate b. discover c. interview d. evaluate 2. Which of the following sentences contains an ...

Language Arts
the trouble with television Robert MacNeil voices a strong opinion about television in a paragraph explain his opinion then tell whether you agree or disagree with him support your view with at least two pieces of evidence from MacNeil's essay or from your own reading or ...

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